How do I get my money back from Apple Pay if scammed?

How do I get my money back from Apple Pay if scammed?

If you sent the wrong amount or sent money to the wrong person, try to cancel the payment or ask them to send the money back. You can choose to receive payments manually, so you can see who is sending you money before you accept it.

Why did my Apple Pay stop working?

If Apple Pay is not working on your iPhone, make sure the terminal works with Apple Pay. If it does, try selecting the credit card manually from your Wallet app. Other tips include replacing your credit card in the Wallet app and signing out and back into your Apple ID.

Can I reverse an Apple Pay transaction?

Question: Q: Reverse the transaction on Apple Pay Open the Messages app, then open the conversation and tap the payment. Your Apple Cash card will open in the Wallet app. Under Latest Transactions, tap the payment, then tap it again. Tap Cancel Payment.

Will Zelle refund money if scammed?

Federal law requires banks to refund victims of fraudulent, unauthorized money transfers. Bank of America has offered refunds to only some of the victims of a scam that uses quick-payment app Zelle to transfer funds out of their accounts. And Zelle offers no fraud protections.

How do I pay with Apple Pay in store?

Double-click the side button. When your default card appears, glance at iPhone to authenticate with Face ID, or enter your passcode. Position the top of iPhone within a few centimeters of the contactless reader until you see Done and a checkmark on the screen.

How can I fix my Apple Pay?

What to do if your Apple Pay is not working on iPhone?

  1. Set Up Face ID or Touch ID Properly on iPhone.
  2. Make Sure You are Signed in to iCloud.
  3. Select a Card Manually.
  4. Restart Your iPhone.
  5. Remove Your Card from Wallet App and Add it Again on iPhone.
  6. Have You Added a New Card.
  7. Check Apple Pay is not down.